Halfway To Somewhere
"Halfway To Somewhere" features legendary guitarist Pat Travers showcasing his hard-driving blues/rock style. Smoldering riffs and incendiary solos set the tone for this classic LP. Halfway to Somewhere also features lyrics many listeners can relate too, driven by a backbeat heavy groove and blitering lead guitar. Travers is in top form throughout the CD, whose hightlights include the classic sounding "Look Me Up", "Party Tonight" and "Steppin' Out" (which features a guitar solo by Shrapnel head honcho Mike Varney).
|04:08||Just Enough Money||Vocal|
|06:18||Walk In My Shoes||Vocal|
|06:09||Look Me Up||Vocal|
|05:21||Just Like A Dream||Vocal|
|Pat Travers||Guitar, Slide Guitar, Vocals, Production|
|Brian Chatton||Piano on "Freight Train"|
|Mike Franklin||B-3 on "Steppin' Out"|
|Jim Zaleski||Banjo on "Hard Times"|
|Monica Travers||Backing Vocals on "Look Me Up"|
|Mike Varney||Executive Production, 1st Lead Guitar on "Steppin' Out"|
|Wes Sharon||Engineering Assistance|
|Joe Marquez||Engineering Assistance|
|Kenneth K. Lee, Jr.||Mastering|
|Annie Calef||Art Direction, Graphic Design|
|Dave Stephens||Art Direction, Graphic Design|
|Recorded at Greg Rike Studios, Prairie Sun Studios and Studio Z.
Mixed at Prairie Sun Studios, Cotati, CA.
Mastered at Rocket Labs, San Francisco, CA.